"With more than 310,000 participants, including religious leaders from around the world, the People's Climate March in New York City on Sept. 21  was the largest demonstration for climate action in history. The march was timed to lead up to the United Nations Climate Summit at UN headquarters in New York on Sept. 23  and more than 2,800 solidarity events were held in 166 countries around the world. 'It was spectacular', said National Indigenous Anglican Bishop Mark MacDonald, who was among those who marched in New York" (p. 1). While in New York Bishop MacDonald also attended an interfaith conference, jointly sponsored by the World Council of Churches (WCC) and Religions for Peace, and interfaith coalition. He also participated "in a UN World Conference on Indigenous Peoples and said he was encouraged that indigenous leaders played an important role in all of the climate change discussions" (p. 8). "Just prior to the event, four leaders of Anglican, Episcopal and Lutheran churches in Canada and the U.S. issued a joint pastoral message on climate change" (p. 8). "Marches and demonstrations were also held simultaneously in cities across Canada, and Canadian Anglicans were among the crowds. In Montreal, a contingent from Christ Church Cathedral in Montreal, including the Rev. Canon Peter Huish, participated in a march of about 1,500 people from one large park to another. In Toronto, the Rev. Andrea Budgey, the University of Toronto chaplain based at Trinity College, was part of a crowd she estimated to be about 3,000" (p. 9).